Meet Jack Draper: British Tennis’ Rising Star

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Jack Draper stunned third seed Jannick Sinner in the first round of the Queen’s Club Championships. The Brit had a wild card into the main draw. Draper was the runner-up in 2018 at the Junior Wimbledon Championship. Who is Jack Draper? Jack Draper is a 19-year-old tennis player born and raised in London. The youngster […] READ MORE


What Next For Laura Robson?

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Is tennis the sport that broke a thousand hips? It must seem like that to British tennis fans, after they learned this week that Laura Robson has followed Andy Murray in having hip problems so severe that she will have to undergo a third hip operation at some point in the near future. Tennis is […] READ MORE


The five best tiebreaks of Andy Murray’s career

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From 2011-2020, Andy Murray has had the second best tiebreak winning percentage on the ATP Tour at 64.62% (second only to Novak Djokovic). This statistic shows that Murray is a cut above the rest when it comes to performing under pressure. Murray is such a clutch player – numbers like these make it apparent why […] READ MORE


Brits Battle Shows UK Men’s Tennis Finally Has Some Depth

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Britain’s National Tennis Centre at Roehampton in south-west London may be no substitute for Wimbledon, but once upon a time a “Battle of the Brits” in men’s tennis could have been held in a phone-box or newspaper kiosk, such was the lack of contenders for the title. Indeed, for many decades (roughly between the mid-1970s […] READ MORE




Dan Evans Proves He Really Is Britain’s Current No.1

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It was late last year when Dan Evans was first asked what it felt like to be Britain’s No.1 male tennis player, having replaced Kyle Edmund as the highest-ranked British man in the ATP rankings. With typical candour, Evans replied, “I don’t look at myself as British number one. I think Andy [Murray] is British […] READ MORE


Dan Evans Must Translate Team Heroics Into Individual Achievement

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The mighty Rafael Nadal aside, it is arguable that no-one in the world has played better tennis in the last two months than Dan Evans. The problem for Britain’s current No. 1 (who will continue to occupy that position until Andy Murray fully returns from injury) is that he has played all that superb tennis […] READ MORE


Jamie Murray Headlining 2019 Murray Trophy

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Eric Han at the Glasgow Murray Trophy Jamie Murray Headlining 2019 Murray Trophy It’s very common that an ATP Challenger event goes unnoticed in a city with not many people attending the event. However, when the British LTA (Lawn Tennis Association) decides to rename the Glasgow Challenger to the “Murray Trophy” and the former world […] READ MORE


Andy Murray Marks Comeback with Queen’s Doubles Title

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Andy Murray announced in January his tearful retirement plans. It was thought to be the end of his career. The Brit opted for life-changing hip resurfacing surgery, the same as Bob Bryan had. Murray is now pain-free and able to do normal everyday things. Playing with his children, walking the dog. Even tying his shoelaces […] READ MORE